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July 5, 1961

Record of a Conversation between N. S. Khrushchev and Chen Yi, Deputy Premier of the State Council of the People’s Republic of China

Chen asks Khrushchev to go over the pressing international issues and he presents the USSR's stances on the situation in Laos, South Korea, and Cuba. Khrushchev also raises problems in GDR and difficulties in negotiations with Western powers with regards to the German question. Khrushchev also mentions Soviet plans to launch a spaceship and resume nuclear testing. The two leaders also discuss the challenges of agricultural development.

June 24, 1953

Letter, Mr. and Mrs. Warren L. Chaffin and Jay. T. McCamic to Syngman Rhee

The authors write to assure Rhee that he enjoys their highest support.

June 26, 1953

Letter, E.L. Sundet to Syngman Rhee

The author claims Rhee enjoys widespread support in Lake Preston, South Dakota.

June 23, 1953

Letter, Margery Davidson to Syngman Rhee

Margery Davidson tells Rhee to ignore the pressure of the likes of Eisenhower and Churchill because “all intelligent patriotic Americans are with you.”

December 5, 1953

Letter, Howard C. Smith to Syngman Rhee

Howard Smith details the acts of treachery the United States and the United Nations have perpetrated against Rhee and the Republic of Korea.

July 29, 1954

John F. Weber, 'Thinking of Syngman Rhee'

John Weber's poem "Thinking of Syngman Rhee" as sent to Syngman Rhee by Harry Weber.

April 1, 1957

Joan Winer, 'Hail Korea!'

11 year-old Joan Winer's poem entitled "Hail Korea!" as sent to Syngman Rhee by her mother Grace Winer.

April 1, 1957

Letter, Grace Winer to Syngman Rhee

Grace Winer writes a letter to Syngman Rhee about her daughter and a poem she wrote about Rhee and Korea.


Milford E. Shields, 'President Syngman Rhee, Republic of Korea'

Poet Laureate of Colorado, Milford Shields, sent a poem to Syngman Rhee.

September 28, 1956

Kate Holliday, 'Syngman Rhee'

Kate Holliday sends a poem to Syngman Rhee.